Reflection: Organizational Systems Day 4: Adding Color For Detailed Observations - Section 2: Setting the Stage


I want to set up my classroom where students have room to work, learn from each other, but not be in each other's way.  This video allows you to see who I have set up my room to allow for these goals. The students don't realize that they are being filmed and you can see who the space allows for success and the set up helps with management of the group.

  Organizational Systems: Creating A Learning Environment
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Day 4: Adding Color For Detailed Observations

Unit 1: Writing Like A Scientist
Lesson 4 of 5

Objective: SWBAT draw, label, and color plant structures.

Big Idea: Today your students will continue to observe and record plant structures. The use of colored pencils to enhance and add specific detail to the observations will be introduced.

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Science, 1st Grade, science notebooks, labels and diagrams
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